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D14 power steering check valve source

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04-25-2020 20:50:09

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Broke this off when doing a new clutch. It is the check valve for the power steering pump. Anyone know where to source one?

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04-26-2020 09:14:28

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 Re: D14 power steering check valve source in reply to r8f1k, 04-25-2020 20:50:09  
I don't see a check valve called out in the power steering lines. Maybe you can ID it by part number from this page of the parts book. The part number will help your search for one most places, on line, or at salvage yards.

If it is not on this page you can go to https://apb.agcocorp.com/ and use the view books tab to search for the D14 book and find the right drawing.

If this site can't help you with one, Sandy Lake Implement is a good source for hard to find AC parts.

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04-26-2020 16:26:32

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 Re: D14 power steering check valve source in reply to Jim.ME, 04-26-2020 09:14:28  
Looking at it, it seems to be a glorified drain plug with the center bored out to accept a spring. I bought a 3/4 drain plug and I bored it out on my lathe to match the old one. Went in fine, Iíll report back once the tractor is reassembled

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